5 movies that can serve as personal learning
The seventh art has left us films of the most inspiring that in many occasions can serve as personal learning. Although there are many of them, from NatureVia we have made a selection of five tapes that can help us to have a much more positive and optimistic attitude to any adversity that may arise throughout our lives.
Life is Beautiful
If you are a father or mother, the truth is that you can not miss this film directed by Roberto Benigni, which made him get the statuette for best non-foreign film in 1999. This puts us in the shoes of Gigno, a Jewish man who he will have no choice but to be deported to a Nazi concentration camp with the rest of his family in the middle of World War II.
Despite the adversities, this charismatic character could always draw strength from weakness and was always willing to get a smile out of his son, even in the most difficult situations. In our memory there will always be that scene where Gigno wishes the "Good morning to your beloved Princess":
Forrest Gump is a clear example that anything is possible if we really propose it. This was something that really taught us this child born in the state of Alabama, who despite being born with an IQ lower than average, had no problems in reaping all kinds of successes
Among all of them, it is worth mentioning, for example, graduating from college, becoming the best American ping-pong player in history, or creating a vast empire for the sale of shrimp all over the world.
And as Forrest's mom said, you should remember that the "Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know which of them is going to touch you. "
Looking for happiness
Another lesson shows us once again that you never have to give up, that you never have to throw in the towel even if life hits us in the most cruel way over and over again.
In this film starring Will Smith, we are shown a father who has lost everything. A father who has been completely ruined by the debts, something that has made him until his marriage is going to sink. But this should not be an excuse if you want to take your son Christopher forward. He will be in charge of showing him that he must pursue his dreams. And that nothing and no one should interfere in his way if he really wants them to become reality. Definitely, "If we have a dream, we must protect it."
The king's speech
It was the decade of the 30 when nobody in the United Kingdom came to think that a stuttering person could become King of one of the most powerful monarchies in the world.
This time we talked about Jorge VI, a monarch who also had to give diction classes for long months to lose a bit the scenic fear he suffered. In this way, he would be able to address his people with the aim of giving all kinds of speeches in public.
This film showed us once again that the limits of the human being have no end. And that it is possible to achieve anything if we put all the passion and effort on our part.
Billy Elliot, I want to dance!
Can you imagine being the center of all eyes because you are a boy to whom dance has become his only passion since he was born? Surely today we would have been all kinds of abuse and ridicule.
However, this must have mattered little to Billy Elliot. This British boy fought "against wind and tide" to become one of the best dancers in the world. Moreover, on many occasions he had against his own family, who did not see with good eyes that a boy signed up for dance classes.
In our memory will be that scene in which a member of the audience asks Billy what he feels when he dances:
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